An unfeasibly large melon puts a smile on SIMON WEBSTER’s face.
Make the most of a backyard bounty of fresh figs with this delectable summer recipe from The Diggers Club.
Choosing the right variety and practising regular pruning will ensure marvellous home-grown mangoes, writes Phil Dudman.
Combat scale insects on mango trees with these home-made remedies, writes PHIL DUDMAN.
Want to grow your own fruit but can’t stand years of waiting? PAUL HEALY writes that with the Rubus genus – which includes brambleberries and raspberries – your first homegrown...
Sharing good food with family and friends is one of life’s great pleasures, but it’s easy to become trapped in the daily routine and lose your passion. Here, author Valli Little gives us the cover...
JUSTIN RUSSELL is stopped in his tracks by the autumn foliage of some undervalued edible plants.
Nuts are bursting with health benefits and flavour, write GRAHAM and ANNEMARIE BROOKMAN.
Persimmon season has arrived, and JUSTIN RUSSELL suggests that people give the misunderstood fruit a second chance.
In the May/June 2013 issue of Organic Gardener magazine, JUSTIN RUSSELL delves into the history of cider, growing cider apples and perry pears, and how to make your own tasty brew.